Text reads: Children and young people with disability.
Text reads: Workshop for employers: Let’s discuss accessibility Session #2, Wednesday 13 March 11am-12pm AEDT. TO the right is a photograph of a young woman with fair skin, short curly dark blond hair, and glasses with clear plastic frames is reading something she just grabbed from photocopier. She is using a manual wheelchair, and is in a shared office setting with a woman working at a desk behind her. The logos for CYDA, the DREAM Employment Network and The Field sit below.

Workshop for employers: Let’s discuss accessibility in job applications, recruitment processes and workplaces (session 2 of 2)

About the workshop:

Practical advice on the benefits of accessibility in your workplace and in the way that you recruit staff. This workshop is based on the lived experiences of young people with disability and the expertise of employers with experience in the space.

Facilitated by:

A fair skinned man with short brown hair wearing glasses, a collared shirt and grey jumper. He is smiling mildly for the camera and sits with one hand resting on the wheel of his manual wheelchair.

Rhys Baxter

With 20 years of diverse professional experience, Rhys Baxter (he/him) merges his skillset with insights gained from his lived experience of disability. Combining visible and non-visible disability experiences, along with a passion for education, Rhys strives to foster meaningful change for the future.

Georgia Ferrari

Georgia (she/they) joined CYDA as a Youth Trainee in 2023. Alongside completing a Certificate IV in Community Service as a part of their traineeship, they are also studying a Double Degree in Psychology and Arts. Georgia is especially interested in the policy and research side of educational reform, due to their experience in the educational system as an autistic person with ADHD.

Simple graphic of a young person with blue hair and a purple shirt, looking to the right.
Young person with fair skin, light brown hair stubble, looking directly into camera and smiling.

Dylan McBurney

Dylan (they/them) is a trainee at CYDA. They bring their lived experience of being transgender and disabled to their work, as well as their perspective as a young person. Outside of CYDA, Dylan studies at RMIT, and stage manages and produces independent theatre.
This is a FREE workshop for employers who are members of the DREAM Employment Network. The Network is free to join, and you can sign up when you register for the workshop 👇
 

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